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Chauffeur of auto unknown. Earl's
Passengers panic-stricken when
Consumers' Company auto truck
crashed into Cottage Grove car. No
Body of unidentified man, 45,
found floating in Lincoln Park la
goon. Gash on side of head.
Mrs. Lulu Marner, 840 Washington
blvd., disgusted with life, swallowed
morphine. May die.
Michael Miglore, 17, 1015 S. Jeffer
son st., arraigned before Judge Scul
ly for taking oranges, paroled when
mother told kitchen was too small to
house 17 children.
Case against Marie Crone, held for
obtaining $57 gown under false pre
Kristin a Rasmussen, Oak Park,
fatally burned. Clothes caught fire
while igniting rubbish pile.
Chicago av.car and Division st. car
collided on Randolph st Windows
shattered by crash.
Death of Mary Gorellick, nine
months old, to be investigated by cor
oner. Judge Baldwin ordered body
' turned over to father.
George Jeske, messenger boy,
struck on head by saw-horse falling
from roof of Western Union Bldg.
Detective Sergeant John H. Adams
sued for divorce. Wife claims to
have been choked and threatened
Theodore Heppner, 8945 Burley av.,
arrested on charges preferred by his
daughter Florence. Girl claims that
he and two other men mistreated her.
Snapping dog shot by Policeman P.
Harris as it tried to neter Blackstone
Federal grand jury impaneled. Will
hear violations of postal and inter
state commerce laws.
Two cars on South Side "L" jump
ed tracks at 59th st. No one hurt,
according to company's report.
Emergency authority asked by
building and grounds committee to
proceed with necessary repairs, ,
School board deadlock blamed for de
lay. Mail Dealers' Wholesale House, 525
S. Dearborn st, sued for alleged
"copyright piracy." David B. Clark
son claims infringement endangers
Advertising valued at $250,000 do
nated to make baby week success.
Peter Welter, 323 S. Racine st.,
who shot and killed two women
March 30 dfgd from self-inflicted
Missing Lulu De Bett found. Al
leged to have married Charles Lo
balce in St. Louis.
SAYS BULLET FROM FRONT WAS
CAUSE OF WITT DEATH
Three bullet holes were in the body
of Frank Wifl, the union street car
conductor shot by newspaper gun
men, June 15, 1912, during the news
This was the testimony of Dr. J.
J. Sherrill of Practitioners' Hospital
in Judge McRinley's court yesterday.
Witt was shot in Tfie" back twice.
The bullet that caused death was
fired from in front, entering the ab
domen. "The two bullet wounds in the back
were superficial, with no deep pene
tration," said Dr. Sherrill. "It was the
shot fired fro'min front that caused
The clothes of , the murdered man
whose manner of death has become
an issue between the Chicago News
paper Publishers' Ass'n and organized
labor, were identified by Paul Witt,
brother of Frank Witt. Officer Morris
Schmidt testified to conveying the
conductor to .hospital.
The Rofers' Teamsters' Union have
practicall ywon their strike against
the Master Roofers' Association. The
association is smashed, only seven
teen members remaining in it. Tho
rest of the members "have broken
away and signed up with the union-
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